CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Intense humidity gave way to strong storms Friday afternoon in the Charlotte area.
Several counties were under severe thunderstorm watches and warnings late Friday afternoon.
One viewer, Brady Freeman, said a window blew out at the Best Buy in Mooresville around 5:30 p.m. during the storm.
A heat advisory expired at 7 p.m. for Mecklenburg, Union, Cabarrus, Anson, Stanly, Richmond and Montgomery counties in North Carolina, along with York and Chester counties in South Carolina.
The temperatures for Friday afternoon reached the upper 90s, but the humidity made it feel like it was 104 degrees.
The main threat from these storms was damaging winds and flash flooding, according to the First Storm Warn Team.
The storms had moved through the area by 9 p.m. The heat index will break over the weekend, bringing a small cool down for Saturday and Sunday.